Test Your Neurotransmitter Deficiencies

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  • #12663

    Sanford

    First of all, this is under a new username!

    I have a test you may want to do that checks for your levels of Dopamine, Acetylcholine, GABA and Serotonin.

    Every person has a dominant nature and mine happens to be GABA and I am also most deficient in GABA.

    Here are my test results:

    Quote:

    The higher the score in PART 1 the more dominant you are in that nature.

    The higher the score in PART 2 the more deficient you are in that neurotransmitter.

    Your dominant nature determines your genetic nature that you are born with.

    If you would like to take the test follow the link below.

    Once you have taken the test please post your results.

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    The creator of this test has a book, which is where I discovered this. If you decide to buy it you will discover he has a topic on every nature/neurotransmitter and explains how you can elevate them through exercises, supplements, prescribed drugs and diet. He also explains that you can bend your personality through messing with your neurotransmitters. For example, if you are a very extroverted shy person, you can boost your GABA and Dopamine and you will become someone completely opposite. I know this may seem a little crazy being able to test for your neurotransmitter levels through answering questions, but its a rough guide and I am certain it works well. Later in the book there is a memory test, which also happened to notice that I was deficient in GABA. How can both tests be correct when they are completely different? The author Eric Braverman is a brain doctor and has used these tests effectively for years in treating his patients. If you want to know how to boost the neurotransmitters you are deficient in then I can post information from the book later. If you want a sample read of the book then follow the link below on google books:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

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    #12664

    Malcolm

    I don’t trust the lab result… neither personality or any web tests

    Get back to your old Name Instigat0r…

    #12665

    Dino

    no!

    The test makes sense to me. Why dont you try it?

    By taking the test and following instructions on how to correct my deficiences I will let you know how I get on.

    #12666

    Granville

    Neurotransmitter testing is still fairly new, the accuracy is still up in the air..

    i did a urine one and i was very low in gaba, serotonin..

    #12667

    Stephan

    I believe it works for me so far. According to the test (taken 3 weeks ago now) my GABA is low and I experience a lot of anxiety even though I am on SSRI meds for serotonin uptake. Since having a high glutamate (GABA precursor) diet included in all meals and snacks my anxiety is near zero. The test clearly shows my serotonin is near optimal, so does this mean my meds are working? Or is the test result a coincidence? I am going to re-take the test in december or january to see if there is much difference.

    #12668

    Emery

    Here are mine…not looking good!

    Dopamine 28

    Acetycholine 37

    GABA 35

    Serotonin 17

    Dopamine 12

    Acelycholine 5

    GABA 13

    Serotonin 11

    Any advice? I’ve been taking Udo’s choice and have noticed quite a change in libido, getting more spontaneous irrections, can have more sex, better libido so your advice would be much appriciated.

    #12669

    Merle

    It looks like you are a Acetylcholine personality with a fairly bad GABA, Dopamine and Serotonin deficiency.

    In theory your erections should be reasonably hard with a minor Acetylcholine deficiency, but achieving one might be a problem with such low Dopamine and Serotonin. Both of these effect your libido and Udo’s choice oil is known to help with the production of Serotonin, which may have helped your libido. The brain is made up of 60% fat so the oil (particularly DHA) should help with neurotransmitter function and production.

    Since you seem most deficient in GABA I suggest you work on that first. L-Glutamate is the precursor to GABA so if you follow what I am doing then you should see some results pretty soon like I have. I suffer a lot with anxiety in social situations and since including a steady intake of L-Glutamate in my food throughout the day I have been completely different and have great resistance towards stress. Glutamate is found very abundantly in nuts, particularly Almonds and Walnuts. A good handful of either nut will give you a great Glutamate boost. Also, porridge oats for breakfast are a brilliant, particularly the rolled chunky oats. Cheese and milk are also good, aswell as anything whole grain (more grainy the better). Potatoes, brown rice, brown pasta. Include a good dose of any of the above in every meal. Orange juice, oranges and bannana’s are also a source, but it is Glutamic acid, which isnt quite as good, but its still a source. Here is an example of what I have most days…

    Breakfast

    Generous bowl of porridge oats and a glass of orange juice

    First break

    Banana and green tea

    Lunch

    Plenty of wholegrain Rivita crisp breads with cottage cheese and grated cheese

    Second break

    Handfull of Almonds and a green tea

    Dinner

    Brown rice, potatoes, brocolli, green beans and a salmon fillet plus a glass of orange juice

    Supper

    Wholegrain toast and a green tea

    Just so you know, green tea contains L-Theanine, which is also known to boost GABA. If you drink this before bed it will also help you sleep. Try a diet like this for a week and notice how relaxed you feel. I will do a scan of the list of foods from the book for you if you would like to see which foods are the best sources.

    #12670

    Damion

    you need more fat and veggies…

    your eating to much bread and carbs

    #12671

    Huey

    Max

    Fat is covered with the Udo’s oil

    It contains a small amount of saturates, and plenty mono and poly unsaturates, including GLA.

    And of course you can add as many vegetables as you like to the regime. The idea is to get plenty of glutamate in you throughout the day to raise GABA levels. A few B vitamins and Magnesium help convert the glutamate to GABA, but most of these vitamins and minerals are found in the actual diet. A B-50 vitamin twice daily or a B-100 once a day will help for an extra boost.

    #12672

    Boris

    I would also like to mention that your dominant neurotransmitter nature is the neurotransmitter your body produces the most of. I may have benefitted so greatly on this diet because I have a GABA nature, therefore my body converts Glutamate to GABA very effectively.

    TheAutomatic. Your dominant personality appears to be Acetylcholine, therefore a choline diet containing plenty of eggs and Choline Bitrate supplements would probably balance your Acetylcholine very effectively since it is not very low.

    #12673

    Peter

    Thanks for this test VC! Just did and compared with Neuro urine test.

    1A. Total “T” Responses: Dopamine Nature ___18

    2A. Total “T” Responses: Acetylcholine Nature ___23

    3A. Total “T” Responses: GABA Nature ___26

    4A. Total “T” Responses: Serotonin Nature ___16

    1A. Total “T” Responses: Dopamine Deficiency ___14

    2A. Total “T” Responses: Acetylcholine Deficiency ___18

    3A. Total “T” Responses: GABA Deficiency ___28

    4A. Total “T” Responses: Serotonin Deficiency ___16

    Neurotransmitter Urine test (AM) results :

    Epinephrine-Urine *

    (µg/gCr)

    8.9 Day: 1-15

    Night: <3

    Norepinephrine-Urine *

    (µg/gCr)

    16.9 Day: 15-106

    Night: 15-40

    Dopamine-Urine *

    (µg/gCr)

    222.1 Day: 50-350

    Night: 45-250

    Serotonin-Urine *

    (µg/gCr)

    55.5 Day: 40-275

    Night: 25-250

    GABA-Urine *

    (umol/gCr)

    2.2 Day: 1.5-35

    Night: 1.5-20

    Glutamate – Urine */**

    (umol/gCr)

    31.6 Day: 5-65

    Night: 5-35

    PEA-Urine */**

    (nmol/gCr)

    222.0 Day: 140-1200

    Night: 100-350

    Histamine-Urine */**

    (ug/gCr)

    14.8 Day: 9.0-60

    Night: 2.5-20

    Creatinine-Urine

    (mg/dL)

    86.6

    N/A

    Gaba is accurate, Serotonin not far off but Dopamine is way off. Although from symptoms dopamine seems very low.

    Ive always ate a good variety of Glutamate type foods and take 250mg Gaba before sleep plus 200mg 5htp, sometimes extra 1000mg L-Typtophan and 1 Powerfull supp for dopamine.

    Any ideas on how else to boost the gaba and serotonin numbers up apart from increasing supp dose?? Spend a fortune on supps each month.

    NO1 problem is social anxiety, feeling nervous etc :S

    Thanks for your help!!

    #12674

    Mitchel

    yuhu, your quite deficient in most, but your GABA is SERIOUSLY low. I use to experience pretty bad social anxiety so yours must be very intense. I have found since my GABA has been on the up that I am almost free from my social anxieties and I am so much more confident and perhaps getting a bit cocky and forward with my attitude. My serotonin is near balanced thanks to my Citalopram medication prescribed by my doctor. I will be comming off it soon, so I am interested to see if my serotonin remains stable. I was on 10mg of Citalopram daily, which is an extremely mild dose, but thanks to my previously high protein diet it has increased the effectiveness of the drug without needing to increase the dose.

    It appears you are a GABA nature like myself and possibly TheAutomatic is too since his Acetylcholine and GABA were very close and it is quite easy to not be sure on a few questions, which makes the test that little more innacurate. This may explain why your dopamine was way off. Could your doctor not test for your Acetylcholine?

    I think it is best that you concentrate on one neurotransmitter at a time and eat a very good complex carbohydrate diet for a few weeks to boost your GABA and see how you feel. I will do another post shortly with a page scan of high glutamate foods you can include in your diet plan.

    Can you describe your sexual health problems? I would be interested to see what your symptoms are.

    #12675

    Jamey

    i think its better to focus on sex hormones like thyroid and testosterone, fixing these will fix neurotransmitters.

    #12676

    Daren

    Max

    Neurotransmitters are effectively hormones too. Hormones and neurotransmitters depend on each other. With an inbalance of neurotransmitters comes an inbalance of hormones and visa versa. We should really be concentrating on both.

    #12677

    Walton

    You can… but you should be focusing more on sex hormones.

    The accuracy of neurotransmitter tests are still debatable

    #12678

    Elvin

    Max

    I need to look more into hormones. I don’t know much about them at the moment. Looks like I will be spending a good amount of time in the library tommorow.

    #12679

    Erin

    Glutamate foods for TheAutomatic and yuhu

    A part of the book also mentions hormones and says that when a neurotransmitter becomes deficient a hormone takes its place. The hormones that link to GABA are Progesterone and Pregnenolone.

    Pregnenolone is a precursor to DHEA and GHRH.

    This means nothing to me as I dont know much about hormones, but I thought you guys or Max may be interested.

    Incorporate the foods above as much as possible into your diet to boost your GABA. Also include strong green tea atleast 3 times a day for an extra boost. L-Theanine found in green tea is also shown to increase GABA concentrations.

    #12680

    Alphonse

    Wow…

    Does this test shows the result accurately???

    I think I will edit my first reply , after following the link where should I go

    #12681

    Marco

    Are you being sarcastic? I cant tell.

    Either way, the test is not totally accurate, but it seems to work as a rough guide. I believe it worked for me and yuhu’s results prove it worked for him.

    #12682

    Efrain

    voodoochild

    Dont misunderstand me…when i viewed the replies I felt they had benefit from this test..

    I tried to Visit the Link you post, but I couldnt find the Test you mentioned

    Only a Book…with many missing pages, I cant view it all due to an error.

    #12683

    Taylor

    Dont misunderstand me…when i viewed the replies I felt they had benefit from this test..

    I tried to Visit the Link you post, but I couldnt find the Test you mentioned

    Only a Book…with many missing pages, I cant view it all due to an error.

    My appologies, your english is a little sketchy so I misunderstood

    There are 2 links in my first post. The first link is the test and the second link is a preview on google books. They dont show all the pages because it is a preview so you can read a bit before you buy.

    Here is the test:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    #12684

    Jefferson

    Hey guys iv done the test as well…i dont know what to conclude from this so can you help me out please??

    Part 1 results

    Section 1A = Dopamine Nature = 28

    Section 2A = Acetylcholine Nature =28

    Section 3A = GABA Nature =28

    Section 4A = Serotonin Nature =26

    Part 2 Results

    Section 1B = Dopamine Nature=7

    Section 2B = Acetylcholine Nature =5

    Section 3B = GABA Nature =21

    Section 4B = Serotonin Nature =9

    #12685

    Don

    what is part 1 and part 2 mean?

    do you have the ranges?

    #12686

    Kevin

    sorry i think i accidently started a new thread…delete the “test” one…part 1 is dominant nature and part 2 is deficient nature

    #12687

    Juan

    Max

    Part 1 is meant to determine your nature. Supposedly your brain will have a dominant neurotransmitter, which basically is the neurotransmitter your brain makes most effectively. The higher the score in part 1 determines your nature, which for jack_101 there is not a clear result, which means possibly some questions were maybe guessed or not answered correctly. There are some really strange questions to answer in part 1 that confused me.

    Part 2 is meant to display your deficiencies. The higher the number the more deficient you are in that neurotransmitter, which for jack_101 is clearly GABA followed by serotonin. Anything between 0 and 5 is considered healthy, between 6 and 15 is a general deficiency and above that is a major deficiency.

    For Jack_101…

    If you go on page 1 I have posted a GABA diet plan. You should consume as much glutamate throughout the day as possible to ensure your brain gets a steady supply. Increasing GABA through consuming glutamate should elimate any anxieties you have. It worked amazingly for me and I am so much more confident at work and with socializing. If the test is correct then you probably suffer with anxiety and perhaps a few sleeping or depression problems.

    #12688

    Whitney

    actually iv done this properly now with more accuracy and it seems a lot more worse off than before

    Part 1 results

    Section 1A = Dopamine Nature = 26

    Section 2A = Acetylcholine Nature =22

    Section 3A = GABA Nature =22

    Section 4A = Serotonin Nature =23

    Part 2 Results

    Section 1B = Dopamine Nature=12

    Section 2B = Acetylcholine Nature =13

    Section 3B = GABA Nature =21

    Section 4B = Serotonin Nature =11

    thanks for the advice for the GABA voodoochild, now can you give me advice on how to level out the others please???

    #12689

    Darell

    i mean i never get much use out of testing my neurotransmitters and treating them… i think its better to just focus on sex hormones, mainly adrenals, thyroid, testosterone and e2.

    you should only focus on fixing and testing neurotranmitters after you optimized nutrients and hormones.

    i heard gaba is basically useless since it cant gross the blood barrier… a better route would b6 and l-theanine. taurine, etc.

    #12690

    Pablo

    Max

    GABA powder is useless, yes, but glutamate is not

    Your brain tells your pituary and your pituary tells your thyroid and so on. There is a major link between your nervous system and your glands. I think we should all try our different methods and see what works best. I personally think the omega-3 and 6 balance has a lot to do with neurotransmitter and hormone deficiency. DHA is known well for its effects on the brain and I think the mistake most of us make here is relying on fish oils. Yes, they do give excellent results, but ALA is also very important to balance your omega-3. We should start at the begining of the chain, not skip straight to the end. As soon as you stop taking fish oil the effects will decrease because you dont have sufficient ALA stored in your body to provide a healthy rate of conversion to EPA and DHA to give a steady balance. It can take up to a whole year to switch the body from a high ratio of omega-6 over to omega-3. Omega oils are stored abundantly in glands and as we know, most omega-6’s are bad, particularly AA. We should be storing the good omega-3’s in our glands for them to be healthy. Healthy glands in theory should mean healthy hormones. And a healthy brain should also mean healthy emotions. The brain is also like a gland and is 60% fat.

    A healthy body is a functioning body and im not entirely convinced messing with synthetic or supplemented hormones will be a long term fix.

    #12691

    Edwardo

    Quote:

    there completely different…. glutamate is utilized by the body, for some reason GABA cant be effect.

    Quote:

    good luck.

    like i said, try the natural route for 1 year or less, if it doesn’t work move on

    we have the freedom todo what we wish; I gave up on the natural stuff a long time ago. But what im doing is still the natural route in my opinon.

    #12692

    Edgardo

    voodoochild

    Nice Explanation

    #12693

    Emmett

    voodoochild

    yea man, seriously.. where are you from ?

    #12694

    Kieth

    Max

    Thanks

    I think using hormones could be treating symptoms rather than treating the cause. What caused our hormones to go out in the first place? Perhaps a bad nutritional imbalance, genetics and over-masturbation?

    I am considering eliminating as much omega-6 from my diet as I can (with the exception of GLA) and largely increasing my intake of omega-3 by taking a high dose of ALA from ground up flax-seeds (most nutritious form!) and flax-seed oil plus a regular dose of EPA and DHA from cod liver oil. The effect of omega-3’s on the thyroid is very interesting as it is well known to speed up the metabolism by increasing thyroid function (reviving an under-active thyroid) with the help of iodine, zinc, selenium, vitamin E and many B vitamins, which are already included in my diet and supplement regime.

    Perhaps this has gone a little off-topic now and deserves its own thread… but hey

    #12695

    Stefan

    jack_101

    Sorry, I just noticed this post.

    You should work on GABA first and try boosting one at a time and take part 2 of the test every couple of months to monitor your progress. If havent got the time to scan the book at the moment so if you ask me later when you have corrected your GABA I can give you advice on your next neurotransmitter (which next inline appears to be acetylcholine). Alternatively you could buy the book and have a good read yourself:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    #12696

    Ismael

    I was consuming flax-seeds big time until I read that it promotes estrogen. I got alarmed and got rid of all the flax products that I had in my apartment.

    Also, how exactly does fish oil aid the thyroid? This is the first time I am hearing this.

    #12697

    Cyrus

    thanks mate very much appreciated

    #12698

    Wally

    Check this out about flax seeds and estrogen…

    Quote:

    Full article from [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    I don’t know exactly, but I have read many times that omega-3 fatty acids speed up your metabolism and just recently I have been reading about the thyroid and metabolism and it appears they are both linked. Here are some links:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    I personally think flax is a better alternative to fish oil as its the first fatty acid in the omega-3 chain. It will take longer to see the benefits on your thyroid with flax alone, but long term your body will be more omega-3 dominant. Taking just fish oil will only supply your body with EPA and DHA, where ALA in flax is just as important. Every fatty acid in the omega-3 chain is essential to the body so get them all in you! I would consider supplementing both flax and fish oil for a quicker result.

    #12699

    Ollie

    I would also like to say that a user on this forum sometime ago called “manny” claimed to cure himself from taking an extra high strength fish oil. Does anyone here remember him?

    #12700

    Irvin

    voodoochild

    I totally remember . But if I remember correctly he was famous for Alpha GPC. Remember that supplement? It was extremely popular here in this forum. I bet many old timers here know about it.

    I have no idea what happened to though.

    #12701

    Eldon

    Thanks for the advice voodoochild, will try it out for a bit. I’ve joined a local boxing club as well as doing circuit training twice a week so we’ll see how it goes.

    #12702

    Eloy

    I took this test again and the results have changed

    Part I

    Dopamine Nature 45

    Acetylcholine Nature 47

    GABA Nature 39

    Serotonin Nature 45

    Part II

    Dopamine Nature 3

    Acetylcholine Nature 3

    GABA Nature 10

    Serotonin Nature 9

    I do feel much happyer since I this. I feel this is mostly down to more exercise, udos choice oils, the foods listed and the green tea.

    Interestingly, in the past two months my circumstances have changed. I now do circuit training three times a week coupled with a high intensity workout three times a week.

    I began taking a horny goat weed complex with tribulus/maca and it worked amazing for about 14 days. To the point where I felt I was basically cured. Horny as F*ck, morning wood, spontaneous errections I went three times a night at one point for 20 minutes plus. Then my results dropped and I didn’t get the same effect. I believe this is not down to excessive ejaculation but because I failed to cycle the tribulus so…

    Now I’m taking Tongkat Ali, alone (including b vitamin complex/zinc magnseium/vitamin c supp and udos choice) and I still feel horny and I get more spotaneous errections and my penis gets hard but my premature ejaculation has suddenly got BAD. Excluding the above, whenever I’ve lasted longer it’s been at the exepense of a totally hard penis now my penis is so hard I come very quickly.

    Interestingly, my recovery time has always been quite bad but I used to just sit off and after an hour or two I’d get some kind of libidus feeling and grab my girlfriend to get an errection (never comes without some kind of stimulation). But now it seems to be worse since I’m on tongkat ali.

    I remember you saying in a previous post, with my high dopamine/serotonin levels getting an errection in the first place would be a problem. Recently, I have started getting horny by for example looking through facebook pictures but generally it will be something like a touch that will turn me on but its a lot harder the second time. It’s hugely fustratining since I have a hot naked women in my bed and my cock just doesn’t want to play ball after round one.

    I’m going to the doctor tomorrow, considering taking SSRIs for premature ejaculation since if I’m only going to go once I might as well make it count. I’ve read a lot about the drawbacks and considering alternatives. What were your successes with SSRI? Anyone had any luck with 5HTP? Or any other alternatives.

    #12703

    Bernardo

    Dont misunderstand me…when i viewed the replies I felt they had benefit from this test..

    I tried to Visit the Link you post, but I couldnt find the Test you mentioned

    Only a Book…with many missing pages, I cant view it all due to an error.

    My appologies, your english is a little sketchy so I misunderstood

    There are 2 links in my first post. The first link is the test and the second link is a preview on google books. They dont show all the pages because it is a preview so you can read a bit before you buy.

    Here is the test:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    #12704

    August

    Hey guys iv done the test as well…i dont know what to conclude from this so can you help me out please??

    Part 1 results

    Section 1A = Dopamine Nature = 28

    Section 2A = Acetylcholine Nature =28

    Section 3A = GABA Nature =28

    Section 4A = Serotonin Nature =26

    Part 2 Results

    Section 1B = Dopamine Nature=7

    Section 2B = Acetylcholine Nature =5

    Section 3B = GABA Nature =21

    Section 4B = Serotonin Nature =9

    #12705

    Jerry

    what is part 1 and part 2 mean?

    do you have the ranges?

    #12706

    Tyler

    sorry i think i accidently started a new thread…delete the “test” one…part 1 is dominant nature and part 2 is deficient nature

    #12707

    Timmy

    Max

    Part 1 is meant to determine your nature. Supposedly your brain will have a dominant neurotransmitter, which basically is the neurotransmitter your brain makes most effectively. The higher the score in part 1 determines your nature, which for jack_101 there is not a clear result, which means possibly some questions were maybe guessed or not answered correctly. There are some really strange questions to answer in part 1 that confused me.

    Part 2 is meant to display your deficiencies. The higher the number the more deficient you are in that neurotransmitter, which for jack_101 is clearly GABA followed by serotonin. Anything between 0 and 5 is considered healthy, between 6 and 15 is a general deficiency and above that is a major deficiency.

    For Jack_101…

    If you go on page 1 I have posted a GABA diet plan. You should consume as much glutamate throughout the day as possible to ensure your brain gets a steady supply. Increasing GABA through consuming glutamate should elimate any anxieties you have. It worked amazingly for me and I am so much more confident at work and with socializing. If the test is correct then you probably suffer with anxiety and perhaps a few sleeping or depression problems.

    #12708

    Arnold

    actually iv done this properly now with more accuracy and it seems a lot more worse off than before

    Part 1 results

    Section 1A = Dopamine Nature = 26

    Section 2A = Acetylcholine Nature =22

    Section 3A = GABA Nature =22

    Section 4A = Serotonin Nature =23

    Part 2 Results

    Section 1B = Dopamine Nature=12

    Section 2B = Acetylcholine Nature =13

    Section 3B = GABA Nature =21

    Section 4B = Serotonin Nature =11

    thanks for the advice for the GABA voodoochild, now can you give me advice on how to level out the others please???

    #12709

    Earl

    i mean i never get much use out of testing my neurotransmitters and treating them… i think its better to just focus on sex hormones, mainly adrenals, thyroid, testosterone and e2.

    you should only focus on fixing and testing neurotranmitters after you optimized nutrients and hormones.

    i heard gaba is basically useless since it cant gross the blood barrier… a better route would b6 and l-theanine. taurine, etc.

    #12710

    Dewey

    Max

    GABA powder is useless, yes, but glutamate is not

    Your brain tells your pituary and your pituary tells your thyroid and so on. There is a major link between your nervous system and your glands. I think we should all try our different methods and see what works best. I personally think the omega-3 and 6 balance has a lot to do with neurotransmitter and hormone deficiency. DHA is known well for its effects on the brain and I think the mistake most of us make here is relying on fish oils. Yes, they do give excellent results, but ALA is also very important to balance your omega-3. We should start at the begining of the chain, not skip straight to the end. As soon as you stop taking fish oil the effects will decrease because you dont have sufficient ALA stored in your body to provide a healthy rate of conversion to EPA and DHA to give a steady balance. It can take up to a whole year to switch the body from a high ratio of omega-6 over to omega-3. Omega oils are stored abundantly in glands and as we know, most omega-6’s are bad, particularly AA. We should be storing the good omega-3’s in our glands for them to be healthy. Healthy glands in theory should mean healthy hormones. And a healthy brain should also mean healthy emotions. The brain is also like a gland and is 60% fat.

    A healthy body is a functioning body and im not entirely convinced messing with synthetic or supplemented hormones will be a long term fix.

    #12711

    Shelby

    Quote:

    there completely different…. glutamate is utilized by the body, for some reason GABA cant be effect.

    Quote:

    good luck.

    like i said, try the natural route for 1 year or less, if it doesn’t work move on

    we have the freedom todo what we wish; I gave up on the natural stuff a long time ago. But what im doing is still the natural route in my opinon.

    #12712

    Glen

    voodoochild

    Nice Explanation

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